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Category: Reviews

忍弥 NIYA – Hello Hokkaido

If you’ve watched Kubo and the Two Strings, chances are you’ll probably already be familiar with a shamisen, a traditional Japanese string instrument. Enter promising young Japanese shamisen player Niya, […]

Review: RENT by Pangdemonium! [9/10/16]

Rent has been a staple Broadway classic for years, featuring some of the most iconic songs in musical theatre history and making waves when it premiered in 1997, striking a chord […]

Review: GALA by Theatreworks [8/10/16]

Too often, we define the disabled by their limitations. But the truth is, each person is capable in their own way, with everyone deserving of a chance to shine. Directed […]

Review: No Man’s Land (17/9/16)

First things first, absurdist plays are often lost on me. They’re often headscratchers, and leave you absolutely puzzled after the show. So what’s the big draw of No Man’s Land then? […]